If Americans aren’t informing their minds by reading, should we be surprised when we get the candidates, laws, and culture that we do?
Buckley apparently was perturbed that Schlesinger didn't want to appear on Firing Line.
“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.”
A philosopher defends 'ad hominems' in certain cases.
University of Cambridge researchers found that women are twice as likely to suffer from anxiety as men.
It was no picnic.
According to Lewis, democracy 'has no place in the world of the mind.'
Let's skip the parallels between Europeans who sought refuge in the Middle East and today's Syrian refugee crisis.
Is it possible that smaller, more local schools can offer surprising educational benefits that today’s mammoth institutions are missing?
Violent metaphors have slowly but deeply seeped into our language.
Is it possible that many children with ADHD don’t need drugs as much as we’ve been led to believe?
Ralph Nader touched on 'absurd' political correctness, Donald Trump, the Clintons, and Bernie Sanders in a recent interview.
Is that really a sign of progress though?
Given the state of education, should we be surprised when the our government and the leaders the people elect are in a degenerative state?
Could western values play a part?
According to Robert Reilly, it happened about 800 years ago.
Yes. Allow me to explain.
VIDEO: So much for civil discourse in America.
A glance at the data suggests sex crimes involving female teachers are on the rise (big time).
A theory from 1899 on why they can't.
Ella Frech, who lost the use of her legs in 2014, has a message that will make you stand and applaud.
Unplugging yourself from the rube tube can be life-changing.
You'll want to bookmark this one.
We’re playing with fire by labeling speech.
Pediatrician Deborah Gilboa explains why chores are a necessity for children.
Are Shakespeare, Chaucer and company too white, male, and heterosexual for Yale’s student body?
The latest victim of this mindset is a high school honor student from Texas.
Americans are taking way too many painkillers, and the people who need them are not getting enough.